Northern Lights Put on a Show for New York

The Aurora Borealis is usually only visible much further north. But on June 22 and 23, the Northern Lights came to New York State and put on quite a show.

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Usually, you have to travel far north to see the Northern Lights. But on June 22 and June 23, the Aurora Borealis put on quite a show for New York State. This photo was taken in the small village of Speculator, N.Y., in the Adirondack Mountains. (Credit: @wee_ag/Twitter)
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Northern Lights were visible in the Adirondacks on June 22. This photo was taken in the small village of Speculator, N.Y. (Credit @wee_ag/Twitter)
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@RocklandFires/Twitter
These photos were taken on June 22 between 11:30 P.M. and 12:30 A.M. on Route 106 near Lake Kanawauke in Harriman State Park in Bear Mountain, N.Y. (credit: @RocklandFires/Twitter).
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It's amazing to see Northern Lights as far south as Bear Mountain, N.Y. (Credit @RocklandFires/Twitter)
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The Aurora Borealis put on quite a show for Lake Placid! (credit: @valeriemannedesign/Instagram)
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Jennifer Khordi
Jennifer Khordi took this on June 22 during the height of the Aurora storm at the Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskills region of New York. (credit: Jennifer Khordi)
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The Northern LIghts were visible in Geneseo, N.Y., on June 22. (Credit: @kwphot0/Instagram)
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